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Jan 31, 2013 9:00pm PST
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Feb 1, 2013 12:00am PST
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Jan 31, 2013 6:00pm PST
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Feb 20, 2013 10:00pm EST
the stairs. it's too hot. - all companies, third-floor rescue. casey, get me two ladders. - got it. keep it flowing. herrmann, mills, cruz, up the second ladder. gotcha. come on, i got you, man. all right? you're doing good, man. - that's it, sweetheart. - good job, man. [man coughing] okay? - yeah. - what about hudson? you have to get him. - the dog. - hudson! hudson! - cruz! - stay put, cruz. - wait a minute! i can hear him. come here, boy! - cruz, get out of there! - cruz! cruz! - hudson! hudson! where are you, boy? [dog barks] [dog barks] [dog barks] - come here, come on. - aah! - man down! man down! - i'm going. [shrill beeping] guess what? you can do it. that it's almost impossible to eat healthy, but you can do it. that you can't improve your mouth's health with a toothpaste with colgate total, you can! [ male announcer ] colgate total does more than protect, it fights germs for 12 hours in 24 hours starts to fortify enamel and in 4 weeks helps improve gum health. you see? for better mouth health use colgate total. [ male announcer ] do more than protect, improve mouth health with
Feb 12, 2013 1:00pm PST
new clues as they fire the police officer wanted for multiple murders. casey wians has latest. what's going on? there's a lot of activity especially in what's called the big bear area? >> we are hearing those reports of increaseded law enforcement activity in the big bear area, which is the area where christopher dorner was last known or suspected to have been, i just talked to the spokeswoman here at the police station. we do know that investigators are looking at more than 1,000 clues in their effort to find christopher dorner. >> could this video of a man resembling murder system christopher dorner provide a clue to his whereabouts? the video obtained by tmz shows him walking through the aisles of a southern california sporting goods store, he's carrying what appears to be one large scuba tank and one smaller one to the check out counter. >> they're going to look at the transactions that occurred at that time at that store and try to line up and make sure those transactions were done by dorner and that dorner is actually the one depicted in the video. >> reporter: investigators s
Feb 15, 2013 7:00pm EST
government benefits. the handouts are actually increasing the number of poor people. here now is casey mulligan, professor of economics, university of chicago, author of the redistribution recession. casey, welcome back. so -- >> thanks, larry. >> -- we are essentially paying people not to work. is that the basic story? >> right. a lot of benefits reward those who are not working or working less. they reward the poor. and that's helpful to some people for sure. but when you pay poor people, you're going to have more of them. when you pay unemployed people, you have more unemployed people. >> all right. so what do you say to my liberal friends? i've got at least one here at the table. >> i'm glad you're calling me a friend. >> always. always. casey, what do you say to liberals who say they need this, this is a safety net, this is because of the recession? i think we have another chart that shows how the percentage of poverty people have gone up, too. is this just a recession or is there more to it? >> you know, we had a safety net before the recession. and it was kind of the outcome of
Feb 11, 2013 6:00pm PST
to captless on her story calling "waiting to be heard." casey anthony is said to be writing her biography. i guess -- i want to start with you gary, can people who are lost in the court of public opinion, can they ever get it back? are they just wasting their time? >> of course, they can get it back. we have seen that over and over and over again. people have lost in public arenas and come back. that's what we love. >> even in a case -- i want to talk about o.j., lance armstrong. i think in the case of the people that i mentioned, once -- >> done. >> yeah, once people make their decision, if anything, abbey, doesn't it backfire on them because you say, they're just cashing in? >> paterno is different than like a casey anthony because joe paterno has so much good will to stand on. he was beloved by so many before this, where you look at casey anthony, there's really no love there. >> you have to put this in context. there's murder. there's cheating, there's a lot of other things. if we don't put this into context, we can't -- >> by the way, there are pretty serious things when you talk about
Feb 11, 2013 1:00am PST
's and are likely, likely victims. >> cnn's casey wian is in los angeles. casey, there are 50 police families that are now under surveillance and protection. it will be, it appears, until this is resolved. how nervous are they? is this just a precaution and what can you tell bus the grammys having extra security. >> reporter: brianna, as far as the families, this is a significant threat. it's not just a precaution. 50 different families under surveillance, 24-hour protection by police officers, that because of the manifesto from christopher dorner which lays out a vendetta against the los angeles police department and also, remember, three victims of dorner's so far, three people have been killed, all of them with ties to law enforcement. a young woman whose father was a former lapd official, her fiance, a security officer at the university of southern california and then a police officer in riverside, california. you mentioned the grammys. ongoing right now. no problems reported. but the los angeles police department said it did increase manpower at the grammys out of an abundance of caution
Feb 10, 2013 11:00am PST
threatened more bloodsled for the lapd and their families. now casey whien is among those following the swegs acase and w got details about a reward that the city is planning to offer. >> reporter: we don't know the amount of the reward that the joint task force is going to announce in about two hours' time. that reward is, that announcement will be from the los angeles police department, los angeles city officials. we do know that the los angeles county board of supervisors, two members of that board of supervisors are going to request a $100,000 reward. we're expecting the other reward to be much larger than that. also as you mentioned, the manhunt in san bernardino is continuing. it is in the san bernardino mountains, i should say. it is as much downsized from yesterday, about 60 investigators combing those mountains. that number was 125 yesterday. >> as the maphunt continues, investigators are continuing to pour through evidence, some of the evidence is exclusive surveillance video obtained by cnn. the surveillance video from the alley behind an auto accessory store in san diego is time-s
Feb 18, 2013 11:30am PST
>> that's deal! >> iow. >>shawne can u accept casey' baggae? >> well, you are very, very sweet and handsome, and i love a man from the south, but i'm sorrcasey, you havetoo ch baggage. >> oh! i'm sorry, casey, but it is time to pack up and go. ank you. ll, we n't ke a matcut remeer, love i a lg journe so tral light. we'll see you next time. good j. >> shawnee, i really thought your kindness and generosity ran a little deeper, but it didn't. that's unfortunate, but now i don't have to worry about being in a five-man rotion. >wel case yoaid you coul't bring e oth gi home our rents. we, i can bring a ostite headquarters. day being pridens day a hoday, t bank shod be clos as most ban are. rit n we uderstandouan seehe bomb squad is the i full force and tre is ll a street csurein blos wi ni service ocked an reroed f on bck. its a hiday weo n kn what is b police are investiging a suspious dece in dntow san ancio at wls fargo headarters ther will monir thisnd bring you updates. >> san jose police officer is sting afte nearlyeingun overy a suspected carhief pa of a che th stted befoidni
Feb 21, 2013 10:00am PST
. rebecca: kevin, where do you think you're going? kevin casey! stop this minute! do you hear me? kevin! i'll take care of this, o.k.? i'm going to go get him. ( fence rattling ) kevin! you can't run away from this. come on. kevin, where do you think you're going? kevin, stop acting like a child! ( sniffles ) ( gently ): kev. i know it hurts. dad's death. mom's death. everything. why? why is everyone always bugging me? why can't they just leave me alone? why did dad have to die? when i was driving to california by myself... i felt pretty bad, pretty alone, like you do right now. and i wrote this song. can i sing it to you? do i have a choice? hmm... no. ( in twangy voice ): ♪ things are bad, ♪ you're feeling sad, ♪ they're not as bad as you think. ♪ ♪ oh, lord, life stinks. ♪ oh, lord, life stinks. ♪ ♪ say it with me, bro, life stinks. ♪ now, that is going to be a hit. what do you think? that is the stupidest song i've ever heard. ( laughing ) it could use some work. a little. so, what are we going to do? i don't know. maybe... we could talk about it at least. thanks, but
Feb 8, 2013 1:00pm PST
seat one applicant. >> thank you could recall mr. casey allen. since he's not in the audience we do have the file in the record, reappointment. served in the bicycle committee since 1999; an appointment from supervisor avalos's staff. we will open up for public comment. >> my name is -- hill chair of the bicycle advisory committee. mr. allen could not make it today apparently but i do want to speak in support of him. casey has been on the bac longer than any other member, handling roberts rules of order. also has an incredible knowledge of the city. he has bicycle for a long time and is highly unusual in the fact that his profession as a local landscape architect in gardner with specialty of the native plants of san francisco. works exclusively in returning front yards to its original health, huge volunteer effort. what is most important about that is he doesn't entirely with his bicycle. we want more people who do the business on a bicycle, especially landscape design and architecture. he lives what he walks. he is a wonderful community member i would like to support his nomination
Feb 18, 2013 6:00pm EST
it or not museum had to ante up. >> san francisco promised to foot the bill for casey cares foundation to benefit the museum if the ravens won. guess where they are today. casey cares -- a mom said it's part of her family. >> they're not just an organization. they become a part of our family. they're always excited to see us and everybody knew ryan. that makes it special. >> they provide programs for critically ill children and their families. >>> the beloved barkley center was forced to close. now this may be a safe place to go. >> and heart disease is the number one cause of death. we have a doctor top answer your questions on heart health. the number to call is 410-481-2222. >> weather wise 40 at bwi. normal is 46, so it's colder than average. your guarantee was 38. we have a weather winner out at sparrows point. congratulations. see if you can become a winner. we're back with the most accurate forecast straight ahead. layered pasttomatoes, and real mozzarella cheese. but what makes us even prouder... is what our real dinners can do for your family. stouffer's. let's fix dinner. we dropped the
Feb 25, 2013 6:00pm EST
-old casey. >> i knew this was a grave situation. i knew if i didn't act or try my hardest to do something, i knew what the outcome would be. fortunately with god's help and the core plal's help, we were able to give her a second chance. >> this was very -- it was very kind. they didn't have to do what they did. >> words can't describe it, how much you appreciate what the officers did. >> six weeks after the crash casey remains at johns hopkins burn center and at not totally regained her ability to speefnlgt she instructed her mother to thank the officers on her behalf. >>> a brooklyn park man is a hero tonight for racing into a burning home to save his neighbor. his name, clifton reed. clifton reed's home caught on fire. he was overcome by smoke, became trapped inside. then the neighbor, kevin, kicked down the front door, pulled reid outside. when firefighters got there, they found both men outside burned, both struggling to breathe eye guess it was his natural instinct. he knew someone needed help and he just went and got him. >> while kevin was treated and released from the hospital, reed
Feb 6, 2013 6:00pm EST
. there is a national debate. the reasons for putting off a decision causing quite a bit of discussion. casey stegal reports. >> the boy scouts of america delaying a decision on whether to allow openly gay people to become members. the group saying they will now take up the issue at their national meeting in may. boy scout leaders are considering one idea to let local scout masters decide for themselves whether to allow guys to join. earlier this week president obama urging the scouts to change their policy, saying gay should have the same access and opportunity as everyone else. texas governor rick perry, himself an eagle scout disagrees, saying popular culture shouldn't impact 100 years of standards. >> without such values, morality becomes an an extract concept. >> scouts and their families delivered a petition to the group's national head quarters urging them to stop excluding gays. >> even though my scout parents loved me, i was still removed based on this case policy that needs to be changed. >> some religious groups are threatening to pull their memberships if the scouts change their policy.
Feb 7, 2013 8:00am PST
of the most closely watched trials since casey anthony, jody arias has an arizona courtroom transfixed. she's on the stand for a third day now claiming self defense in the 2008 murder of her ex-boyfriend. frankly what is coming from the stand is nothing short of disgusting. we want to warn you there are very graphic sexual descriptions, but here's the issue. that testimony just happens to be critical to her case. >> reporter: jody arias fessed up to sordid details of a racy sex life with a man she now says she had to kill to save herself. a man with whom intimate and graphic sex encounters seemed common place. but now form the cornerstone of her defense, no matter how embarrassing when detailed out loud. >> he unzipped his pants. he began to have anal sex with me. >> given that it was painful, why didn't you tell him no. >> i knew that is what he wanted for a while. and i just trusted him. >> reporter: travis alexander was an elder in the mormon church risking and communication for engaging in premarital sex. so he demanded anal sex instead convinced she said it did not violate a vow of cha
Feb 8, 2013 8:00am PST
in the northeast and a very big story developing in california on the opposite coast. casey wian is joining us from larngs where police all over southern california have been watching their backs, literally, trying to hunt down a man who is frying to hunt them down, too. casey, tell us the latest on charles and how he has promised to kill lapd officers anywhere he can find them. casey, i don't think you can hear me. and i certainly can't hear you. my apologies while we work to establish casey's ifb, which is our listening capacity from coast to coast, i'm going to throw it back to suzanne malveaux who has other news that she's covering. we'll get back to this lead story as well. >> you're absolutely right. the man hunt is continuing for the former los angeles police officer who is now suspected of killing a fellow cop, two other people still on the loose. i want to bring in new york attorney and former prosecutor. the retired chief of police in maryland who led a successful man hunt for the beltway sniper in the d.c. area a decade ago. i remember that very well, very clearly. i was in the d.c. area
Feb 10, 2013 1:00pm PST
more bloodshed, saying he wants revenge on the police department after it fired him. casey, what are you hearing now? >> reporter: well, martin, you talked ant that investigation. that is continuing and that search is continuing near the community of big bear. that investigation has been significantly down sized. yesterday there were 125 people in those search teams. that number is down to 25. a spokeswoman for the sheriff's office says they're going to reassess tomorrow whether they're going to continue that search effort. they are still using air power in that search. there's a helicopter being deployed with body heat sensors. they have received several reports of sightings from the public. but none of those reports have panned out. none of them has led them any closer to finding out where christopher dorner is right now. marty? >> what's the reason for that scale back? do they believe he's no longer there or is there something else going on we're not aware of? >> reporter: they're not saying specifically -- >> casey, i'm going to stop you. the press conference is getting start
FOX News
Feb 13, 2013 4:00pm PST
and got into a gun fight with police and deputies killing one of them. casey in los angeles, local reporter carter evans reported some -- recorded some of that shootout. [explosions] >> carter evans was not hurt. investigators say dorner then barricaded himself inside this cabin officers report they heard a single shot from inside before the whole thing went up in flames. now the corner's office is working to confirm whether the body investigators found inside the basement there is really that of the accused killer chris dorner with that we begin team fox coverage william la jeunesse on dorner's victims and why nobody may get to collect that million-dollar price tag on his head. we are waiting for the news conference to begin. we're told moments from now and while we wait to trace gallagher in los angeles who led our coverage as it all went down this time last night. trace, how long until we get confirmation here. do we know? >> well, we know, shep, that the body was found in the burned out basement, and they are trying clearly to expedite this process. but the condition of the bod
Feb 9, 2013 3:00pm PST
angeles. that's where cnn's casey wian is. he's in l.a. with the latest on the search. casey. >> reporter: well, brianna, this manhunt has expanded basically from the u.s./mexico border just south of san diego, to las vegas. as you mentioned, there's an active man hunt going on in the community of big bear, but there's also investigations going on in other places all over southern california. cnn has obtained exclusively this surveillance video from the alley of a business. an auto parts store in national city, which is just south of san diego. this surveillance video was taken on monday morning, 9:00 in the morning, and it shows christopher dorner and his pickup truck in the alley behind this business, throwing items into a dumpster behind the business. here's what the business's owner had to say about what happened on monday. >> when i came in, opened the shop, and business as usual, one of the employees went to throw the trash. after he came back, he came back with a clip like a magazine full of bullets, a belt, a military belt and a helmet. and he brought it to me and said, i found it
Feb 10, 2013 3:00pm PST
cop accused of being on a killing spree. let's go straight to casey wian. >> they are clearly upping the ante in their search for christopher dorner. they are offering a $1 million reward for information leading to his arrest and conviction. the police chief of the los angeles police department, charlie beck said it was remarkably easy to put together that much money from corporations, civic organizations, different cities in the area, police unions. here's what los angeles mayor and the police chief had to say. >> this is an act, and make no mistake about it, of domestic terrorism. this is a man who has targeted those that we entrust to protect the public. a society is defined by what it values, and we value our law enforcement family. >> our confidence that we will bring him to justice is unshaken. this search is not a matter of if, it's a matter of when. and i want christopher dorner to know that. >>> the lapd disclosing -- you mentioned the grammys. they have added manpower to the grammys out of abundance of caution. also some more news coming out of the news conference. the iden
Feb 23, 2013 3:30pm EST
there. it was general casey. and they encouraged them to get involved because of what al qaeda was doing to their country , the incredible violence which still with the dispute between the factions. but we have this idea, we did it from the soviet union and for china, but these are totalitarian groups. the black box organizations, and once they make a proclamation everyone salutes the proximity of pocket -- proclamation. that's not true. these groups have different ways of acting. what happened in money -- molly, someone walked away from al qaeda so it makes it very hard to work in that environment because we don't have great intelligence on these organizations. we don't know what we're doing in afghanistan or rock. >> and we never know how to get out. we have learned that. >> one last question. says you have security clearance of this time, will you make a speech or write a book? do you have to have clearance from any of the authorities? >> who ask that question? i have never submitted a speech or, you know, article. this book was submitted. there were suggestions that were called for.
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Feb 25, 2013 12:00pm PST
in for a fight calling government demand for money excessive. it's the top story and casey stegall is live from the courthouse in new orleans. this trial, if it goes the whole way, could take forever. >> yeah, it really could. it's decided into two phases, phase one started today. that's essentially looking at everything that led up to the accident itself. what caused the natural gas to leak from the well on the bottom of the ocean floor in the first place. how did it get to the surface of the deep water deepwater horizon rig and explode and what caused it to sink. it's scheduled for september and it will focus on bp's response to the spill and how much oil leaked. bp is disputing the federal government's estimate of 4.9 million barrels. that is very important here since the judge will base the penalty on the total number of barrels. >> if you're grossly negligent, the penalty is over $4,000 per barrel. if you're not grossly negligent it's a little over 1,000. those two factors combined is why you get wide variations. >> of course we've been talking about the trial that started this morning. at
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Feb 27, 2013 4:00pm PST
negligent in this civil trial, bp could be on the hook for billions and billions more. casey stegall is live outside the courthouse in new orleans. casey, what else did that deposition reveal? >> well, shepard, the department of justice was basically trying to show that hayward had a casual attitude when it came to safety and that he did not have the best interest of the victims at heart. this taped deposition the judge heard today only lasted about 20 minutes or so. it was conducted in london back in june of 2011. the former bp ceo also saying that there was, quote: possible, potential. that the blowout could have been averted if bp had implemented its own safety management program in the gulf, shep. >> shepard: we heard a few key witnesses today on other than that deposition. >> yeah, much of the latter part of the day really focused on a lot of come from an engineer who has been hired to design and build oil wells all over the world. bp's lawyers tried to keep him from taking the stand today, but the judge overruled that. and he discussed a lot of insider baseball about things like well
Feb 18, 2013 8:00am PST
gases. indigenous leaders chief jacqueline thomas and casey camp spoke. >> it puts at risk my neighbors to the east of me that live at the tarzans. the government does not recognize these people, and these people have been dying a mysterious cancers, their water is polluted, their animals are sick, and mother earth is sick. >> we're here to make a difference. we're here to be in solidarity with all of us to understand that we have a very slim opportunity to make human life continue to exist. that is our choice. >> groups opposing coal production, nuclear power and hydraulic fracturing for natural gas participated in the protest as did a number of interfaith organizations. several smaller parallel rallies were held in cities across the country. more after headlines. if the obama administration has confirmed reports it's drafted a backup plan should congress fail to pass congress of the immigration reform. according to usada, the obama proposal would allow undocumented immigrants to obtain legal permanent residency status within eight years while containing massive spending on border mili
Feb 24, 2013 1:00pm EST
great big fines and casey made a mistake it goes far beyond the cost. so in other places, there just isn't much of a financial motivation to really go after people unless they're actually stealing. go at us as interesting as places that have not had fair use are increasingly looking at fair use system and they want to adopt. the united kingdom is probably the latest and most vivid example because they believe they are stopping innovation unless they loosen not their ability to access existing culture. david cameron, the british prime minister has been on record saying exactly this, that addition the nation may be at stake and people may be going to the u.s. to innovate because they don't have fair use and recommend he would really like to have that protection. the canadians just rewrote their copyright by with some encode fair dealing, a long, long list of exemptions for state specific as you can do, rather than saying make up your own mind. but it should be transformative and you should be appropriate. they just rewrote so it was less of a long list of more of an invitation to make ther
Feb 5, 2013 5:00am EST
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Feb 6, 2013 6:00am PST
. >> case y wian is in texas where the national scout leaders are meeting. casey there doesn't seem to be any winners in this battle. >> reporter: the boy scouts of america put forward a proposal, telling religious leaders the proposal to have a compromise where local troops would be able to decide whether they will admit gay members and leaders is because the scouts have been losing donations from corporate sponsors who have anti-discrimination policies. also, the boy scouts of america overall membership has been declining, down by about a third in the last 15 years or so, so they are doing this under pressure. what we're expect something a vote later this morning by the national leadership of the boy scouts of america and we're expecting an announcement one way or the other on whether they're going to continue with this exclusionary policy or offer some sort of a compromise that, as you mentioned, both sides say is not going to be sufficient, carol. >> casey wian reporting live from irving, texas, this morning. >>> now let's head to south florida and the edge of disaster, a crash
Feb 10, 2013 4:00am PST
. he's apparently leaving key clues in surveillance video. casey wian has more on that part of the manhunt. >> reporter: the surveillance video from the alley behind an auto accessories store near san diego is time stamped 9:08 monday morning. 12 hours after the daughter of a retired lapd officer and her fiance were reported killed 90 miles away in irvine, california. it shows fugitive christopher dorner's truck and a man who appears to be dorner throwing items in a dumpster. >> monday morning when i came in, opened the shop and business as usual, one of the employees went to throw the trash. after he came back, he came back with a clip like a magazine full of bullets, a belt, a military belt and helmet. and he brought to me and i said where did you find it, he said i find it in the back of the dumpster. >> reporter: reporting what he found was as simple as walking across the street to the police station. he says police told him the items were connected to a double homicide inn irvin. chilling that he was so close to a police station so soon after he started his killing spre
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